South Coast NRM and the City of Albany are pleased to invite you to an engaging evening with The Forever Project’s Chris Ferreira in Albany for a one-off Fire Resilience Workshop on June 7.
This special program is designed to empower communities with the vital strategies and techniques to create safer and more sustainable environments, properties and communities.
Winners of the 2017 ‘Capture Nature’ Photography competition are set to be announced this Friday night. South Coast Natural Resource Management and the Museum of the Great Southern will be hosting an awards night to unveil the entries and announce the winners.
South Coast NRM, in partnership with South Coast Management Group, has produced a series of practical maps guiding recreational 4WD use on our coast. Code Off-road delivers key messages regarding safe and environmentally responsible 4WD drive use in an effort to minimise the impacts that recreational 4WD use has on our valued coastal environments. Five localised versions of the guide have been produced to cover Denmark, Albany, Bremer Bay, Hopetoun and Esperance.
South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc would like to advise that they did not provide an independent evaluation of the Due Diligence and Landfill Capability Assessment for the potential new waste facility site at Lot 12 Kirwan Road Merivale. South Coast NRM continues to remain committed to provide solutions for a productive and healthy environment and greatly values the support of the community.